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This property consists of 2 titles and has Kolan River frontage comprising 85.11 hectares in one parcel and 50.91 hectares in other, giving a total land area of 136.02 hectares which is mostly all cultivation.
House and sheds are on the 50.91ha parcel and there is an ideal elevated housesite with views over the property on the other parcel.
Irrigation water is via 5 unregulated bores pumping approximately 1x 30,000gph, 2 x 35,000gph and 2 x 20,000gph and further bores are allowable. There is also a 20mgl water allocation from the Kolan River.
This property is currently used for grazing and growing of lucerne hay and can continue as such but it has the additional suitability for growing Macadamia, Citrus, Avocado and small crops such as sweet potatoes.
It is located at Avondale approximately 20 klm north of Bundaberg and has primary and high schools within commuting distance.
Previously used for growing Citrus trees it has extensive underground mains from the river and from all the bore holes via 10" Fibro pipes from the river and PVC for the remainder. Some is in need of repairs since the citrus trees were removed.
The Burnett and Flagstone soil is a very deep sandy soil ideal for the growing of all crops plus there is a small amount of Gahan soil.
The property has 2 road accesses from Rosedale Rd.
Surrounding farms are growing sugar cane and avocados.
Property is currently growing approximately 50 acres of Lucerne and running approximately 180 breeders but there is room to increase either of these with the low costs of water and the amount of water available to this great property.
Totally renovated highset 3 bedroom home with 4metre wide verandahs on 4 sides,
2 sets of stairs and a ramp,
Main bedroom has walk in robe and large ensuite
Disabled access to the house and the bathrooms
Modern and well-appointed kitchen with plenty of storage
2 bay carport underneath with plenty of room for mowers and storage
3 sheds, 2 older machinery sheds and 1 high clearance that was once used for packing citrus..
Yes, there are Barra in "That Thar" River, great for fishing, skiing, boating or canoeing.
Barra are plentiful with Fred Haigh Dam at Gin Gin being stocked with Barra and them making their way to the ocean.
Easy vehicle access right to the water's edge
Don't miss this great opportunity.